Dr. Thomas Johnson
Dr. Tom grew up on a farm outside of Prince Albert. Throughout his childhood, he actively participated in a variety of sports, including hockey, motocross, running, and weightlifting. His passion for motocross led him to compete professionally in the Saskatchewan and Alberta provincial series, as well as the Canadian national series. As an undergraduate student, he shifted his focus to powerlifting and competed at a national level. Today, Dr. Tom is a hybrid athlete who balances strength and conditioning, crossfit, and ultra running, completing his first ultra-marathon in 2022.
Dr. Tom holds a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Regina and earned his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2016. His special interests lie in the areas of strength and conditioning, as well as endurance sports.
"I take pride in not only helping athletes recover from injuries but also in optimizing their mechanics to achieve peak athletic performance."
Thanks to his education, athletic background, and extensive experience dealing with injuries during his motocross career, Dr. Tom has become an expert in biomechanics, rehabilitation, and performance care.
Dr. Tom's areas of professional interest include:
Sport and Exercise Performance
Acute and Chronic Pain
Upper and Lower Limb Injuries
In his downtime, Dr. Tom enjoys spending quality time with his two beautiful girls and all types of fitness including running, skiing, and mountain biking. During the summer months he loves to spend time at the lake.